The Friends of the Temecula Libraries are dedicated people who care about the libraries and seek to promote their welfare. They are interested in preserving their place as a source of freedom by enriching the libraries' resources and by making their services better known to the community. Friends work toward these objectives by a variety of means. More information can be found throughout this website.
What does it mean to be a Member of the Friends of the Temecula Libraries?
Members are people of all ages, in all occupations with a wide variety of special interests. They are people who have one thing in common - they love our libraries and appreciate the books, special programs and services offered by both of the libraries in Temecula. Friends of the Temecula Libraries members experience the gratification of knowing that they are supporting the libraries with their annual dues and their volunteering spirit.
Benefits to the libraries
Membership dues contribute to:
Funding adult, teen, family and children's programs
Buying more books for the libraries
Purchasing necessary support equipment and materials
Benefits to members
The semi-annual newsletter, The Torch
Advance notice of special events and programs
Opportunities to volunteer in the library, in the bookstores and on special committees